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My thoughts on the follica time…


#1

I find that the more the time passes, but calvicie attacks the people. little time before believed that follica it could bring the cure in 2 years, now is satisfied with 5 years. proper the cotsarellis said….we will have the cure in 2….3 years if everything it will be certain. but with passing of little time everything moved, and the people are if conforming in waiting more 5 years. in 5 years, people as baccy, benji, among others already go to have its hair in return. I want to see follica deceased if to need more 5 years for its cure. they stop of being idiotic bald of the world….


#2

» I find that the more the time passes, but calvicie attacks the people.
» little time before believed that follica it could bring the cure in 2
» years, now is satisfied with 5 years. proper the cotsarellis said….we will
» have the cure in 2….3 years if everything it will be certain. but with
» passing of little time everything moved, and the people are if conforming
» in waiting more 5 years. in 5 years, people as baccy, benji, among others
» already go to have its hair in return. I want to see follica deceased if to
» need more 5 years for its cure. they stop of being idiotic bald of the
» world….

From the literature I’ve read, it seems like they probably already have a pretty good idea of what the process would look like, and which compounds would be most effective.

I think what’s probably going to be time consuming are the other
hurdles which come into play after the technical folks realize that
there’s a possible product, which they might technically be able to
deliver in a few years, if it weren’t for a number of issues:

-developing a product which can be legally sold (any issues
involving the new ways in which the compounds might used would need to
be supported by trial evidence, it seems)

-ensuring that there are no long-term risks which could appear
in the years after treatment

-ensuring that any other side effects or bad results which might occur
are known documented and that the proper consent is required of recipients
of the procedure

It’s unfortunate in this case, but corporations are very aware
of their own risks as well. They will only release a product when
they are quite sure of one thing, and that’s profit.


#3

I do expect that if there is a workable process here, the
home experimenters will find some approximation to
it long before the commercial product is available.
It will probably not be as effective, or have any
effect on commercial viability of the product (they’ve
covered their bases pretty well with the patents
filed, it seems). I know if the choice were there
now, I’d probably try a commercial Follica procedure.
If it turns out that there something here that could
compete with HT, it seems it probably will capture a
much wider market.